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SOM class size remains constant despite spike in apps

Despite a rise in applications to the Yale School of Management Master of Business Administration program, its incoming class size will remain the same for the third year in a row. Though the SOM’s applicant pool for its class of 2017 MBA candidates saw a 24 percent jump compared to […]

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U.S. schools earn less, spend more, study shows

While endowment returns at hundreds of U.S. colleges and universities declined last fiscal year, spending rates at those schools increased. At Yale, however, both endowment returns and spending remained steady. A Jan. 27 study of endowments at 812 schools conducted by two institutional investment firms showed that the average school […]

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HONY photographer talk draws over 1,000

Internationally renowned photographer Brandon Stanton spoke to a crowd of more than 1,000 in Battell Chapel Wednesday afternoon about his biographical photography career documenting the lives of New Yorkers — a project known as “Humans of New York” to his 16 million social media followers. Stanton’s passion for storytelling has […]

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Former UN official discusses refugee crisis

Before an audience of roughly 40 students and professors at the Morse College Master’s house, Thomas Alexander Aleinikoff LAW ’77 — former United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees — addressed a wide range of issues associated with the Syrian refugee crisis, expressing particular disappointment in the American response. Aleinikoff […]

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